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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25. ISSa
A. llospo wns presented , by his em
ployes , with a gold wntch chain ycstcr-
dtiy.Chief Sotivoy miulo the policemen a
Christmas present of a barrel of ap
ples.Miles D. Houck 1ms resigned the po
sition of constable In the Sixth wnrd
mid J. .1. Casey has been appointed In
his stead. .
LodRes No. 1 nml No. 10 of Danish
Hrotherhood are requested to meet at
the hall nt 1 p. m. sharp , Tuesday , 2oth ,
to attend the funeral of Andrew N.
The funeral of Andrew N. Kcar will
take plnco this nfturnoon , the
Mill , at U p. in. , from his late residence
25tli and Cuming sts. Friends of the
Mrs. OnpUin WooJ li seriously ill.
Hrncst Klal lias returned from an eastern
Twelve members of Dixey's Adonis party
nro at the Harltor.
Miss Mlnnlo Wood wont to Now York on
tlio Milwaukee rene ] .
Wnllnro Hroatcli , son of Mayor Uroatcb ,
Is nt homo from Viilo college.
P. W. Ilcnrlch. Insurance man of Colum
bus , Neb. , Is at the Murray.
Mr. anil Mrs. Harry L. Hall have fjono
cast to spend the holidays.
Mr. Stabb , of DCS Molncs , Is m the city ,
looldnp after the crnclccr trade.
W. K. Annlncnmo In yesterday from Wash
ington to spend thu holidays with his family.
Senator and Mrs. Saunders came In yester
day morning from a month's ' visit to New
Deputy Register of Deeds English is lying
nick nt his home. Ho Is suffering from ton-
August Moycr. of Moycr fc Uiiapke. Is in
and will entertain his friends at the housu
Messrs. J. D. and U. J. Kllpatrlclc , rail
road contractors , arts In the city stopping at
the Paxto" .
H. E. Hughes , of Meyer ft Hanpko , will go
to .Minneapolis , Minn. , to spend thu holidays
Chlof Soavoy leaves Wednesday for Cln
cinnatl , where he will spend the remaining
thrco weeks of his vacation.
Hon. John M. Thurston anil Mrs. Thurs-
ton accompanied by Mr. Thurston's mother
arrived yesterday morning from the cast.
At the Arcade : A. C. Smith. Oakland ;
John G. Huhtn and child. Sprlnglleld ; J. H.
Cameron , Herman ; II. Wiulo Willis , Telca
The wife mid child of Depot Aeent Hca-
ncy left .yesterday morning for Pcoriu , 111. ,
where they will spend Christmas with
Grant Williams , operator in the general
agent's onico of the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul , lias gone to Juucsvillu.Vls. . , to
P. E. Mc.Mullon , stenographer for II. G.
Hurt , general manager Fremont , IClkhorn &
Missouri Valley , went last Saturday eve to
Hurt G. Whcolon , stenographer with the
Armour-Ctidnhy Packing company. South
Omaha , will enjoy the hospitality of friends
In Ashland to-day.
George W. Mitchell , stock dealer of Chey
enne , anil the nephew of the late Alex Mit
chell , nassed.through thoclty yesterday morn
ing en his way to Milwaukee orra Christmas
P. S. Eustls , general passenger ngctit of
ttioU. & M. , with his wife , arrived yesterday
mid will upend Christmas with Mr. mid Mrs.
W. F. Griflllts , father and mother of Mrs.
Ornnt W. Lilllc , division draughtsman of
the Union Pacillc railway at Armstrong.
Kan. , is hero for Christmas with his parents
nt 1808Vobstur . street. His sister Grace is
also homo from the sUite normal lor the va
Miss Rosa Diskenw.ilo was calling on her
Omaha friends for a foxv hours yesterday on
-her way homo from Nebraska City , where she
has been a guest of her sister , Mrs. H ,
At the Darker : J. E. Wilson , Surprise ,
Nob. ; Free L. Paine. Uoone , In. ; S. D.
Smith , Sioux City : J. C. Skinner , Lincoln ;
John Rowland , Loulsvillfi , Nob. ; II. U.
Chase , Genoa ; William P. Campbell , super-
. intcndont of railway mail service.
H. C. Burliholflor has come from Chicago
to spend Christmas among his many friends
in this city. Mr. Burkiioldcr was for years
an employe of the Union Pacifle headquar
ters , ami resigned his position about a year
ago to take the position of bookkeeper for
the D. A ; Strector Globe Iron works , of Chi
To Mr. and Mrs. Al Bhiufuss. 810 south
Thirteenth street , a boy.
Ilcltl Up by IIfili\viiynicii.
E. Fryson was hold up by highwaymen on
Fifth nnd Pierce Sunday night and robbed of
11.50 m American money and , a number of
English coins. _
A. Heavy Fliir.
Franlc Weiner , one of the toughs who
assaulted Ofllcor Lee on the Kitli inst. ,
plead guilty on arraignment and was lined
(52.CO. Ho will board it out at the county
' The art oxhihlt at the residence of Hon.
G. W. Llnbijjor will bo open to the public on
Christmas nnd Now Year's ' days during the
usual Sunday hours. The sketching club
meets ttiure next Friday night.
h Two AVivci.
Clara Spitzka writes from Atlantic , la. ,
that her husband , Frank Spitzka , is married
to another woman here , and wants him ar
rested for bigamy. Splt/.ka Is a Bohemian ,
an d works in a lumber yard hero.
lilnmonnnt Harson's Appointment ) .
Lieutenant H. B , Surson has been up-
pointed acting commissary of subsistence ,
acting ordinance ofllcor , ami post treasurer
at Fort Oinuha in place of Lieutenant H. T ,
Kurle , wliu has been relieved lit his own re
' * Skipped.
Peter Nelson of the linn of Nelson & Nol-
eon , general store dealers in Gaudy , is re
ported by B rails t root's to have skipped the
town , The linn had given a couple of inert-
pni/cs on tholr stock amounting to a bnot
fl,600. Peter's whereabouts are unknovvu.
Tlio Lloi'iiKo Hoard.
The license board , comprising Mayor
Broatch , President Ucchel , of the council ,
and City Clerk Southard , will meet on next
Saturday to consider the applications which
have been made for saloon licences. They
will adjourn after a short session till tlio
Wants n Position.
Pat A. lllncs , of Mindeu , Nob. , late dem
ocratic candidate for secretary of state , Is nt
tlio Barker. Ho is a candidate for Secretary
Mungcr'B place on the state board of trans.
portutlon , In the event of Mr. Mungor's
withdrawal or resignation , as it is miner-
stood that the gentleman desires to resign.
Under Fa I so Pretenses.
Jensen Anderson was arrested yesterday
morning under a warrant Issued by
Justice Wado. Anderson , with another
man not In custody , Is charged with obtain
ing money under falsa pretenses. His trial
Will take iiluce January 8 at 3 p. in. John
LJmloruolm and 1) . K Lander gave bonds In
1400 for the defendant's appearance ,
A Dear Pair of Knuckles.
Frank Purcell was arrested lor carrying a
pair of br.iss knucks. He has been before
the magistrate , a number of times for vari
ous otlouBcs nnd is considered a dangerous
character. A flue of $37.50 was Imposed ,
ud bolntf unable to pay It. ho went to Jail.
It la the Intention of Chief Seavuy and
Judge Uorlca to use the severest moans per-
mlssublo by law ta Jlsarlu the toughs of
An Appeal to ClinrlMMo People to
Of nil Omaha's charitable institutions nnd
enterprises there is none more meritorious
or so deserving ol success as the Creche.
The new building , which is to bo devoted to
this good cause , and which Is In course of
construction , at the corner of Nineteenth
nnd Hurncy streets , will bo ready for occu
pancy during the coming month. It Is a
brick structure , and has been admirably
planned for the uses to which It Is put. It
contains a lnr o nnd airy play room , 18x21
domltory , 20x21 feet , two reception rooms ,
largo dining room , laundry nnd Infirmary.
It tins been leased by the association for n
period of twenty-llvo years.
The Indies who have this commendable in
stitution In hand nro desirous of raising moro
funds , as they nro considerably short of n
sufficient amount to pay for their model new
building. Tlio 5-ccnt fund started some time
slnconmonnts to but MOO , but It is still op.-n
nnd thu ladies would bo pleased to receive
nny further propositions the people may see
proper to make.
The nftlccrs for the ensuing year are ; MM.
T. L. ICImdull , president ; Mrs. li. W. Walker ,
vieu president ; Mrs. W. L. Curtis , secretary ,
and Mrs. Thomas Kilpatrlck. treasurer.
The board of directors includes Mrs. Goncrnl
Cowlu , Mrs. Thomas Orr , Mrs. Edward
Kosowatcr , Mrs. T. IJroatch , Mrs. William
Wallace , Mrs. A. Alice , Mrs. H. C.
Alkon nnd several others. Mrs. Alleo is
chairman of all the committees ; while Mrs.
Cowin is chairman of the clothing commit
tee ; Mrs. Martin , chairman nf the provision
committee , nnd Mrs. Wallace chairman of
the furniture committee.
The board of directors meet the first Thurs
day of each month , nnd at the next meeting
will transact nn unusual amount of Impor
tant business. _
IIoraford'H Acid 1'lmHpliato
For Abuse of Alcohol.
It relieves thu depression therefrom.
The Chart M * Committee.
The charter committee mot ngnln yester
day afternoon to rcceivo reports from com
mittees , but as It wns Christmas eve they
adjourned without transacting nny business ,
to meet again Thursday at .3:1)0 : ) p. in.
A Mysterious DlHnppcnr.uicc.
Friends of . I. S. McGowm. a tenant farmer
of D. Burns at , Summer Hill , are anxious to
learn his whereabouts. Ho loft the farm on
Friday with $110 cash and a load of corn , but
us he has not since been seen , it is feared ho
has met with foul play. The police have
been notlilcd , and are looking for a clue.
There will bo two rehearsals of the "Mes
siah" choruses to be sung next Monday evening -
ing at the concert of the Ladies' Musical so
ciety , ono on Thursday at room 309 , Paxtou
block , between 5 nnd 0 o'clock , for tenors
nnd bases , the other on Friday at S p. in. for
nil. A full attendance is requested.
13. 13. YOU.NO.
Pears' soup secures u beautiful coin
Conic Up Swan.
OMVHA , Nob. , Dec. 34. Sporting Editor
HEP. : In reply to Mr. Swan's challenge for-
a ten-hour race , go-as-you-plo ise , for ? 50 a
side , I have only to say that I will gladly ac
cept if ho will pot with Mr. Griswold , the
sporting editor of Tin : UKE , $25 as an
earnest of his good intentions. Yours ,
JOHN HouiiniKS , ,
Ii Marriage a Failure ?
Henry Coffmnn was arraigned this mornIng -
Ing for cursing and threatening his divorced
wife , who now is known by the name of
Nancy Cole. Since they hnvo had their mnr-
riago ties savored Henry has been paying
court to Nancy as in the days of yore , has
taken her to theaters and other places of
amusement , and in other ways played the
gallant. Yesterday , while under tno influ
ence of liquor , ho imagined lib was ngnin her
husband nnd proceeded to curse and nbuso
her. She had him arrested and Judge Berka
Most complexion powders hnvo a vul
gar ffluro , but Po/.zoni's is a true
beautilicr , whose effects nro lasting.
A Draw Dos *
Mr. William Uoach , of North Omaha , the
former owner and trainer of the bulldog
Major , of local reputation , brought ono of
his numerous fighters to Fort Omaha to glvo
Mr. Murray's dog Grip a bout. Grip has a
splendid record , having bo3n In eight pitched
battles , and does not Know what defeat Is.
Tlio usual ceremonies tooic place , the dogs
wcro brought on and a iierco battle fol
lowed , lasting thirty-eight minutes. By mu
tual agreement the Jaws of the dogs were
pried open and the fight called a draw.
Zulu Magnetic Oil cures ring bono ,
spavin , sprains , ote. Ask your druggist.
Wlicrn IH Fropinnii ?
The marshal of Ashland has written to
Chief Seavoy toiling him of the probable
suicide at that place of Fred Freeman , of
this city. On the banks of the creek near
that town was found a suit of clothes and
n pair of shoes. On the soles of the latter
wns the Inscription , ' 'Frca Freeman , Omaha. "
Whether this was a mere blind or actual
suicide the marshal is unable yet to say , as
there was found no note indicating that Free
man was bent on self-destruction ,
"Win. Bhiolc , Abingdon , Iowa , was
cured of cancer of the eve by Dr. Jones'
Rod Clever Tonib , which cures all blood
disorders and diseases of the stomach ,
liver and kidneys. The best tonic nnd
appetizer known. CO cents. Goodman
Christ inns Shoot.
There will bo n big shooting tdurnnincnt
on the grounds of tlio Omaha Gun club ,
this afternoon , under the management
of J. .1 , Hardin. There will bo at least fifty
shooters on the grounds , among whom will
bo some well-known trap shots from abroad.
Following Is the programme :
Lirst shoot Five live birds , modified
English rules , $ . ' ! entrance , thruo moneys ;
second , seven live birds , $5 entrance , three
moneys ; third , 11 vo live birds. $3 cntrnnco ,
thrco moneys ; fourth , seven live birds , f. " > ;
fifth , five live birds ; sixth , seven live birds ; .
bcvcnth , team shoot , two to a team , $10 en
trance per team , ten live birds , thrco mon
eys ; cigiun , lour pair me mms , o entrance.
All single bird matches will bo ( rover-nod by
modified English rules ; double birds , plunge
traps. Target traps kept running all tno
afternoon. Two thousand live birds bavo
been secured , nnd the tourney will bo the
shooting event of the winter season.
A Hitter Hut Not n Mnrkmnnn.
While Henry Stlgor wns at n turkey shoot
Sunday bis Inferior mnrkraantnlp caused
considerable merriment and ono of the by *
slanders ventured some facetious remark ,
This tnndo Stlgcr very angry and turning
about ho struck nnd knocked down Charles
E , Urock who ho thought was the man who
hnd ridiculed his shooting , Urock , how
ever , was perfectly Innocent of anything of
the kinrt and before he could explain , Stlgrr
hnd disfigured his fnco bndly. An officer
was called nnd nrrestcd both Stlger nnd
Hrock. The Intter was very Indignant over
this second inposition and nn arraignment
most satisfactorily proved him innocent and
was discharged. Stlgcr was lined 1 12.50.
From the Council Uluffs Daily Globe , Jan
uary 2tl , 1SS2 : M. A. McPike , editor of the
Cambria ( Ebcnsburg , Pa. ) Freeman , has
bocn the personal friend of the editor of the
Glebe for moro than twenty ycnis , and is
known , wherever ho Is known , as ono of the
best men living. He Is also nn iutimato
friend of Mr. Clark , of the Nonpareil. Ho
has been unfortunate In the fact that his
fainllv wns ravaged with diiihlhcrin and
greatly distressed. Mr. Clark , having heard
of this calamity , sent him some of Dr. Jof-
fcrls' Diphtheria Curo. It was used nt once ,
nnd the lives of the rest of his children
saved. Letters from Mr. McPIko nro un
bounded In tholr expressions of gratitude
for finding some means of averting the loss
of his whole group of little nnd tender ones.
Five of Mr. McPlke's children out of eight
died from diphtheria before ho had nn op
portunity of usimj Dr. JofTcrls' remedy.
Price of remedy $3. Address Dr. Thos. Jcf-
ferls , box 057 , Omaha , Neb.
Secretary Jcnnor , of the Y. M. C. A. , will
entertain , nt n 4-o'clock dinner this af
ternoon , some fifteen or twenty "waifs" who
are homeless this Christmas tide. This dif-
feroncc , however , is to bo noted , that In
stead of the objects of Mr. Jenncr's ' kind
ness being Juvenile Arabs , the guests will in
clude lawyers , medical students , and nt least
ono newspaper man. Mr. .Tenner's idea is to
try nnd innko to-day ns nearly like as
possible to the favored few , what it would bo
if they had the advantages of homo comforts.
The dinner will bo served up in tlio commit
tee-room of the new building.
The City MlKRlon'H Charity.
The Omaha City mission will glvo its an
nual Christmas dinner to the poor children
of our city next Thursday. Mary 13. Good
man , secretary of the mission , says : "Wo
shall bo glad to receive mcntspcklcs ! , cakes ,
pies , etc. , everything that is necessary to a
good dinner. Please send the provisions to
the mission by 11 o'clock Thursday morn
C Several poor families bavo appealed for
help. Two families have been burned out ,
nml any clothing or furniture will bo ac
ceptable if left at the mission.
Protect Yourself ami Family
By keeping n supply of Zulu Magnetic
Oil for rheumatism , sprains , etc. , and
Xulu Healing Ointment for cuts , burns ,
sores , etc. Ask your druggist.
Gamblers and Saloonkeepers.
The chief of police has written the follow
ing letter to the mayor :
Enclosed , please find police report concern
ing the violation of city ordinances by John
Hoscnilold , expressman , Otto Manor , C. S.
Higgins ( four charges ) , Jack Woods ( three
charges ) , Henry Hornberger ( two charges ) ,
Charles Kallingcr , Edward Mauer , Mike
Lcary , licensed liquor dealers.
I have also the honor to inform you that sev
eral successful raids have been made on
gamblers during the year , over the Turf
Exchange saloon nnd over the Diamond sa
loon , both of which nro located on Douglas
nnd Fourteenth streets.
Section 11 of chapter 20 , Chaso's compila
tions , provides that any person to whom a
license shall have been granted who shall
allow gambling on his or her premises , after
having been convicted of keeping a gambling
house , is liable to have uis license cab-
celled by the license board.
Crushed Through Ills Own Ncgllgnnco
Coroner Drcxel hold an inquest over the
remains of F. W. 13aker , who was killed Sun
day afternoon in the transfer yard of the
Union depot at Council Bluffs. Thn evidence
went to show that the deceased attempted to
cross a. line of cars that were being switched.
He was warned by the several witnesses who
were present at the time not to attempt such
a thing , but paying no attention to the warn
ing Baker attempted to squeeze in , nnd was
caught between the draw-bars. Death en
sued a few minutes after the deceased was
extricated from the cars.
The jury returned the verdict "that the
deceased had been killed by being crushed
between two curs , and that the accident had
occurred owing to his own negligence. " The
body will bo forwarded to Farley , la.
An AhHolutn Curo.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
is only put up In largo two ounce tin boxes ,
and is an abssluto euro for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively care all kinds of piles ,
Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co. , at 33
cents per box by mail 30 cents.
Henry Mortonolf , a man about fifty years
of apo.is lodgca in the county jail to await an
examination by the lunacy commissioners.
Mortonolf evidently has boon n fine physical
fellow in his time , and there is said to
bo quite a romance connected with his life.
For years ho was working with , and under
the direction of Colonel Cody ( Buffalo Bill )
ns a scout , and has earned for himself the
title of "Niobriira Hed" . The unfortunate
man's malady has taken tno form of relig
ious mania , and it was by humouring this
whim , that Deputy Sheriff Grebe made the
arrest on Saturday night , without nny
trouble. , Mortonolf has been employed as a
laborer'ut Charles Harmloy's livery barn on
Sovontccth and Howard strcots.
The following marriage licenses was Issued -
sued by Judge Shields yesterday :
Name and residence. Ago.
( Charles Price , Omaha . : H
( Ada Carpenter , Omaha . . , 80
j Albian C. Smith , Oakland , Neb . 40
I Doll Gra voile , Sloan , lu . . . . . .23
I Joseph Cepra , Omaha . 22
I Mury Kollu , Omnlm . ; . . . 10
NHURjyL FRUIT FLAVORS
Uicit \ > y the Unttrd St t Ooveinraent. EniJorwd by the headi of the Great Universities
au < \ 1'ulOlc POCK ! Analyili , n * the Strongtet , 1'urcft jid rnott Heallhful. Dr. J'rice's Cream
llikiiii.'J'ovtder docs not contain ADimouia.l.luicor Alum. Dr. 1'tlce'i Icllclou riaTOrinj ! 1U-
tuctk , Vaullla , I.ewou , Oiaute ; , Almond , Koic. elc.ilo not conlalu I'oisouous OiU or Chciuicals.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CQ. H w York. Chicago. St. Loula.
Tills powdcrnever viirles. A rnnrvel of purity
strcnutli and w liolutoincnois. Moro econom
ical ttmn tlio ordinary kinds , nnd rnnnot bo sold
Incompotltlon with the multitude of loir coat ,
short weight nlura or phosphate powders. Sold
onlvln cant. Uornl llaklnc I'ovvder Co. , Hi
Wnllstreot. Now York.
DREXEL & , MAUL ,
( Successors to John 0 , Jacobs. )
Undertakers and Embalmers
At the old stand , 1(07 ( Farnain St. Orders liy
telegraph sullcltud anil promptly nttemloil.
Tek'phono to No. ' .
IT. J. OA.LimAITn , 1
Surgeon and Pimiim
Office N. W Corner lUli nn.l Daugl.is St. Ofllce
telephone , ittt ; Uuiidunco tulopUoua , ujj.
S nY ( > rliif ? from Iho
fjWEAK ( ) | cctNofyouthrii/ /
_ _ , n , early < l
Aiy , lost mnnhooil , rtr * . 1 will wmt a ralunlilf
* iV/iUo ( floated ) mntfttntnsr full ( vittlculuri fix
homi rnip. fnoof rlmrjr1. AildtctH ,
PROF.F.C. FOWLER. Woodua.Conn.
Dr. J. E. McGrew ,
One of the Most Successful
In the Treatment of all Chronic or the
So-called Incurable Diseases ,
Ear , Throat , Lttnys , TArcr ,
lilatldcr , Kidney ami A'et'voiis Dis
eases treated with success un
A euro guaranteed lu all cases ot P1UVATR
mul SKIN DISKASKS. All disorders or the
SKXlJAf , UltUANS CU1JK1) nnd MANHOOD *
Treatment by correspondence. . . Send "tamp
Office Bushman Bloc * . 16th and
Douslas Sts. Omaha. Neb
FOR THE HOLIDAYS ,
"Wo are offering special inclucomeuts to parents who are doairous of securing practi
cal and appropriate holiday gifts for their boys ; what bettor or more sensible present
can you give them than a nice Suit or Overcoat ? "Wo are showing handsome styles for
big and small boys , and our qualities and prices can not be matched.
$2.5O buys a very nice all wool Suit or a good Overcoat with capo for small boys.
$3.50 buys an excellent Suit or Overcoat for small boys.
$5.50 buys a very good all wool Suit or splendid Chinchilla Overcoat for largo
boys up to 18 years old.
Wo call special attention to a few small lots of very choice styles of Overcoats for
little boys from -i to 10which we offer at a marvelous low price. "Wo are anxious to close
them out ; they are extremely fine goods and the brief season left for the disposal of
such qualities induced us to make a big cut on them ; they are made of very line Ker
seys , Chinchilla and Cheviots this seasons novelties , of elegant designs and richly
trimmed , some with fursome with plush in short they are such garments as can only
be found in first-class houses. We have marked them $6.00 , $7.25 , $7.90 and
$8.50 , and wo guarantee that these prices are not one half of what such goods usually
bring. This is an extraordinary opportunity to procure a fine garment at such a figure
and every boy will appreciate such a gift
In our Hat .Department can bo found an immense line of Boy's Hats and Caps in
Plush , Felt aiid Cloth. We positively sell these goods at just one-half what regular
Hat dealers ask for them , and you would bo surprised to see our prices. Good little
Turbans of Plush , Chinchilla and Astrachan at 25c ; splendid Knit and Jersey Caps
at 30c , and very fine Cloth and Jersey Caps at 40c , 50c and 75c.
In our Glove Department we have a large assortment of Boy's Gloves and Mittens ,
suitable for presents. As a Christmas oflering wo will present this week each boy with
every purchase no matter how small , a nice paint box. We have opened an elegant
line of Mufflers , Silk Handkerchiefs and Scarfs , especially for holiday trade and od'er
them at prices lower than asked in any other house for like qualities. Good Cashmere
Mufflers at I5c , 35c and 50c ; elegant Silk Mufilers of beautiful designs and elegantly
embroidered at 75c , $1.OO and $1.50. .
Next Thursday we shall begin to distribute our elegant holiday souvenirs and wo
will also forward one with all out of town orders.
PLAIN FIGURES AND ONE PRICE.
Corner i/J-th and Douglas Streets , Omaha.
Electro-Magnetic Belts !
The Grandest Triumph of Electric Science Sci-
Srif t'fi cnlifically Made and Practically Applied.
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, , .
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only one In the world generating EU , KID.snt and fihaustlns
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Comfortable and EflccllTo. Aroldfraud Electricity. Of. ni.M rtl ) the
DR. W. J. HORNE , Inventor , 191 Wabash Avenue , Chicago.
ZULU MAGNETIC OIL.
Cures Itheuraatlnm , Sprain * , Swollen Joints ,
Jlrulso , llitckaclie , llcadnche and Iscuriilgla. It
prrinancntly drives away nnd removes nil pains ,
nclioi and ( linllnr nllnii'ntn. oed for lieustns well
as mankind , and cures lllnicbono , Spavin , .Spllnti ,
c'to ' , on liortc ! . I'ut up In In rue cuni iinil rent
by eiproa on receipt of price If your
ot keep It. 1'rlce (1 10.
ZULU HEALING OINTMENT.
f ! rente t Salve In Die world. It nets ] llcn mania
when nppllecl to C'uls , Hrulioi , gcaldn , llurnn , lilies ,
Old Mores , Chaffed and Chapped Ilanda , Cracked
Cows' Tenti. etc. . nnd oilier troubles of a similar
nature. ( * < iod fur horses' woundi and eorei.
I'rlcu 79 cents. I'ut up In Inrpu tin boxe > , and nont
liy mall or express on receipt of price If your
dniKKlst does dot keep It.
Our cans und boxes contain moro than four times
as much ns any other bottle or pud nun ci.IMKU to
contain , an urtlclo that will do the work w *
UITAILANTKU our preparations to do.
THE SANTFOBD MF3. CO. ,
Omaha , Keb , Sol I'roprlctors ,
For Sixlo at retail In Oinnliu , by Knlin & Co. , Gco.V. . I'nrr , John W. Hell ,
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SENSIBLE and USEFUL
Scorn to bo the order of the day.
OUR STOCK is complete in every
department. You ntid your friends
nro invited to call.
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , WEB.
I'altl Up Capital $100,000
Surplus. ; 50,000
II. W. VATIS : , I'rosident.
LKWIS S. HIIKD. Vice 1'rcRlilont.
A. 1 ! . TointAMN.ml Vlco President.
W. H. S. Jluius ( ! : , Casliler.
w. v. MOUSE. .lon.vH. CoiiINS.
11. W. VATUtfT LEWIS S. ItlJKU.
A. K. TOU/.ALI.V.
THE IRON BANK ,
Corner Kin and I'arnam Kts.
MEDICAL. 'SURGICAL INSTITUTE.1
N , W. Cor. 13th A Dodpo Sta.
roKTm TRBATHEHr nr Ai.t ,
Appliances for lo/ormitlos and Trnsssa.
Hoot facilities , apparatus and lamcdlca for illcceio.
nil trektujont ol ererj form ot illionie roqulrln * !
Uertlcal or Miwlcal Treatment.
FIFTY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Doard nnit attendance ; licit lioiiltal accommoda
tion J In the welt.
WHITE roll CiKmrLAB * on Derormltloa nd ltr c l , '
Tru es , Clul ) Feet , Cnrvnture of the feplne , 111 el. !
Tumors. Cunc r. Catarrh , DioncUltla , InhalatlaaJ
Blectrlcltr , l' raljln , ICpllcptr. ICidncr. IlladdaV
Kjre , liar , Hkln and Hlood , an I all tiurjlo il Oporutlooi
Dlsoasos of Woman a Specialty.
IOOK ) ON 1)19BASKS OF WOMEN /RRB.
ONLY RELIABLE MEDICAL IM3TITUT3
MAUINO A SI'KCIAI.TV Or
i All UlooJ Illieasei iurcrsifullr treiiUd. Sypli
' Poison rtjioorcd frum tlto njitem without merL
Ni'w reituratlTu trfalumnl for Ion of Vital Pa .
1'unonB itaitM * to tUlt tit may ! > trout cl at lion *
I eorri-rpundenco. All communications coutldnntli. . ,
' Medlclua. or laflrumcaW nt br mall or aipron ,
eouioly packed , no lu.nrks to Imllcntt contunu 0 <
aeiiilur. On pernonil Intorrluw preforrod. c ll ar
cooiult un or tend blitorr of your caie , and wo
Mnd In plain if rapper , oar
! BOOK TO MEN. FREE ;
' ( 'rttatc. Special or Worroui Lllieai 9. Itnp-
ocr , srplilln , UltaDd Varlo c l , wltb gucitfoa
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O r. IDtti And OodKC 6U. OMAHA. NRBJ
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pucc 6sfully used niontlily by over 10,000
IjidltH. Ara Safe. Kflcctuulantl 1'lceuant
St per box by mall.or at rirtiKKintn. Rental
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THE Kunsca CnxuicAi. Co. , DinnoiT , Miou.
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Co. , Oinaltd ,
PATENTED AUGUST 16,1 87- IMPROVED JUNE 20,1838-
Gents' Spinal Appliance No. 4 Gents' Belt. No. 4 Ladies' Belt. Ladies' Spinal Appliance ,
Dr. Owen's IJIeclro- Galvanic Holt and Suspensory will enro thefol-
winff disease ! ! and all others of a nervous character : Hheumnlism of
an y kind , Sciatica , Ta- Epilepsy , Spinal Diseases _ _ St. Vims' Dance
13right's Disease , Tiles , Ile'art Dis'eascsj Lumbago , General and Nervous Debility , Costivcness , Kid-
noy Diseases , Nervous- ness , Trembling , Wasting of the body , all diseases caused from Indiscretion
in Youth or Married Life , Nervous Prostration , Personal Weakness or Exhaustion , Female Com-
plaints , in fact all ncr- Suepcntory , vous diseases pertaining to Male or Female. We challenge the world to pro-
ducc n belt that will compare with it. The current is under the perfect control of the wearer and can be made
inlld or strong-to suit any complaint ; this cannot be done with any other belt. The Suspensory for weakness
of men Is connected directly to the IJattcrr , the disks are so adjusted that by the means of our appliances the Jttco-
V ? lt trlclty can be carried to any part of the body or wherever disease is located. This Is the ( latest and greatest n
Front Vlaw. improvement ever made in applying Electricity to the 15ody for the cure of disease or as a remedial agent. This Electro"K ,
Galvanic Body Belt hasmst been Patented August 16th , 1887 , Improved June aolh , 1888. ' Every buyer of a Belt wants the best , and this he will find the Owen Bell to be. It differ *
Irom nil others. It is a JJattcry Belt containing 10 Galvanic cells with 10 degrees of MrengUt , except our No. 1 Pull Power Guarantee Holt , Which Contains Tin Latteries uud
Tircntjr ( Jalvonlo Cells - \L'itn ? ni\irrttp \ < l nr cr * nrrfl , l , eo * T/\dNlu and xn..AJt.A . . . . . .u.i * i. _ . i i
, NegaHvo curnrnl , and the current can be reversed.
, ° r a 1 > fld ? ' a.ny description. It will cure all complaints Curable by Electricity or a Galvanic Battery , The Elftclrie current can
postage for our free illustrated pamphlet of 128 rages written by a physician of over 40" years experience , which will be sent you with our book of testimonials in a scaled
envelope , giving instructions liowtotreatyourself with electricity without the aid of a ph > ncian ! or ( lie ute of medicine. Send forapairol Dr. OwenU Electric Insolct , l'ricej.oo , winch
will cure you of Gout , Chilblains , Cramps in feet or legs , or Cold Feet , Do not ussteyour money on belts patented years ago , We have private consultation rooms for hdiei
as well as gent ; , and all who call or write us can rest assured they u ill receive an honest opinion , and if the belt is not adapted to their case Ihry will be bo advised. Open at all times < bys ,
nights and Sundays call or write to the doctor. Consultation at office , or by mail free , rfW 71l\T 17T 17nrnrTr1 A T ' T T fif\
U VV J JM J LJLO 1 ICIO AL'lf J ivil.
For information how to obtain trial belt see laS-pagv pamphlet , .
Mention this Taper. 306 North Broadway , St. Louis , Mo. Jncorpoiated June 26,1887.
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